The Jersey Auction Will Take Place Online and Will Begin Tomorrow at Noon
Chattanooga, Tennessee | May 3, 2017 | Released by the Chattanooga Lookouts
Tomorrow, May 4th, 2017 at 7:15 p.m. the team will be hosting their annual Star Wars Night at AT&T Field. This year the Lookouts will be partnering with the Hydrocephalus Association to bring the fans an out-of-this-world experience that will feature appearances by everyone’s favorite Star Wars Characters and uniquely themed Star Wars jerseys to celebrate May the 4th.
This year Lookouts players will be decked out in special Star Wars themed jerseys that will be auctioned off with all proceeds benefiting the Hydrocephalus Association. The Auction will take place online and will begin tomorrow at 12:00 p.m. and end on Monday, May 8 at 12:00 p.m. To submit a bid on these game worn jerseys click here once the auction goes live . Bids for the jerseys will start at $75.
“Star Wars Night is always one of our favorite nights of the year,” said Lookouts’ President Rich Mozingo. “We are excited to be able to partner with the local Hydrocephalus Association on a night that is sure to leave a lasting impression.”
Hydrocephalus, which affects more than 1 million Americans of all ages, is caused by an abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain. The only treatment requires brain surgery, and repeated surgeries are often needed due to high failure rates of the predominant treatment—the insertion of a medical device called a shunt into the brain. It is the leading reason for brain surgery in children in the U.S. What is less well known is that anyone can get hydrocephalus at any time from a brain injury, infection, tumor, or, for unknown reasons, as part of the aging process.
To secure tickets to Star Wars Night call the Lookouts’ ticket office at 423-267-4TIX to purchase a mini-plan or season tickets today! Fans can also buy ticket packages online by clicking here or by visiting lookouts.com.
Hydrocephalus is a chronic, life-threatening condition that can only be treated surgically. The predominant treatment is the insertion of a small tube, called a shunt, into the brain to drain excess cerebrospinal fluid. Shunts save lives but frequently malfunction, become infected, or blocked. It is not uncommon for a person with hydrocephalus to have ten or more shunt-related brain surgeries during the course of their lifetime and some individuals have more than 100 surgical procedures. Each surgical procedure brings the risk of unknown long-term cognitive and health effects.
About the Hydrocephalus Association
Founded in 1983 by the parents of children with hydrocephalus, the Hydrocephalus Association is the nation’s largest and most widely respected organization dedicated to hydrocephalus. More than 60 percent of HA’s funding comes from individual donations, and approximately 35 percent comes from foundation and corporate grants. The Hydrocephalus Association’s mission is to promote a cure for hydrocephalus and improve the lives of those affected by the condition. For more information, visit the Hydrocephalus Association website at www.hydroassoc.org or call (888) 598-3789.
About the Chattanooga Lookouts
The Chattanooga Lookouts, a founding member of the Southern League in 1885, are the 2015 Southern League Champions and the Class AA affiliate of the Minnesota Twins. The Lookouts play their home games at AT&T Field, located on Hawk Hill in downtown Chattanooga. For more information, keep up with the Lookouts year-round at www.lookouts.com, or by following us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/Chattanooga Lookouts), Twitter (@ChattLookouts) and Instagram (@ChattLookouts).